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“Good Teaching” and “Good Teachers” for Whom?: Critically Troubling Standardized and Corporatized Notions of Quality in Teacher Education


by Mariana Souto-Manning - 2019


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 10, 2019, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22762, Date Accessed: 12/8/2019 3:11:13 AM
 
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  • Mariana Souto-Manning
    Teachers College, Columbia University
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    MARIANA SOUTO-MANNING is professor of early childhood education and teacher education at Teachers College, Columbia University, and holds additional academic appointments at the University of Iceland and King’s College London. She is founding codirector of the Center for Innovation in Teacher Education and Development (CITED). From a critical perspective, Professor Souto-Manning’s research examines inequities and injustices in early childhood teaching and teacher education, critically (re)centering methodologies and pedagogies on the lives, values, and experiences of intersectionally minoritized people of color. Souto-Manning regularly collaborates with teachers and engages in community-based research. She has published eight books, including the 2016 winner of the American Educational Studies Association Critics’ Choice Award, Reading, Writing, and Talk: Inclusive Teaching Strategies for Diverse Learners, K-2 (with Jessica Martell). Her ninth book, Pre-K Stories: Playing with Authorship and Integrating Curriculum in Early Childhood (coauthored with Dana Frantz Bentley), will be released in September 2019. She has written a number of peer-reviewed articles in journals such as the Journal of Teacher Education, Research in the Teaching of English, Teaching and Teacher Education, and Teachers College Record. She has received the 2011 American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division K Innovations in Research on Diversity in Teacher Education Award, the 2017 AERA Teaching and Teacher Education Mid-Career Award, and other research awards issued by professional organizations such as AERA, AESA, and NAECTE. To access Professor Souto-Manning’s extended bio, visit https://www.tc.columbia.edu/faculty/ms3983/.
 
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